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East Liberty Lutheran Church

(Currently meeting in the East End Cooperative Ministry building)

6140 Station St., Pittsburgh, PA 15206 ('East Liberty' neighborhood)

Mailing Address: 

East Liberty Lutheran Church 

P.O. Box 5275

Pittsburgh PA 15206-0275

(412) 362-1712

Mission Class: Sundays at 10:00 a.m.

Worship Service: Sundays at 11:15 a.m.

Word and Sacrament Service: Wednesdays at 12:30 p.m.

Bible Study: Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.

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E-mail: jcurry@shadysideacademy.org

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Read about our Hat & Gloves ministry


Bible Literacy program


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Read about our latest Mission event




Pittsburgh weather can be brutal.  Unfortunate people walk by us every day, without gloves on their hands or hats on their heads.  God has blessed us, if we have warm clothing and ride in a nice, warm car.  We have seen similar outreach of churches and charities handing out warm clothing, and we thought we could help, too.  By hanging the gloves on the railings and on bushes, no one has to ask.  The gloves and hats are there, for the taking.  In our hearts, we hope that, by coming up to our church building and seeing that we care, one or two people might just walk through our doors to hear the Word and become a part of our fellowship.


Below are some pictures that show this ministry effort:







East Liberty Lutheran has a long history of training members to be biblically literate; that is, to know how to find books of the Bible, understand contexts, see relations between parts of the Bible, and to know that the Bible is a main way God has of communicating with us.  Still, over the past years, we have slacked off on this continual training.  Starting in May, several lay leaders will be giving weekly Temple Talks to encourage members to increase their biblical literacy and to read and meditate on the Bible independently.  Later, we will also tackle other aspects of our faith that are easily distorted by the world so that we remain faithful to the Biblical Jesus and what God calls us to do/be in our neighborhood.






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Pittsburgh Lutheran United Ministries (PLUM), 405 Kennedy Avenue, Duquesne, PA 15110        412-466-7773